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UNC student who says she was raped facing honor code violation


A UNC sophomore says she feels like she is being targeted by the university after she spoke out on campus about how she was treated when she reported last year that she had been raped. Landen Gambill says she is facing possible suspension or expulsion and says she never publicly identified the man, but the Honor Court has charged her with "disruptive or intimidating behavior." (WRAL.com)


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